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Google Search Results as RSS ??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Landy81, Oct 4, 2009.

  1. Landy81

    Landy81 Newbie

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    Hi All,

    I'm new here although I have been reading in the shadows for a little while trying to put into practice the bits and pieces i'm learning (Much is way over my head and a lot of what isn't is too dark for my morals :eek:).

    So for the past hour i've been thinking it would be usefull if I could type a search query into google and have the results returned to me as an rss feed, i've been hunting and there seems to be a couple of bits and pieces out there but they just look like someones proved the theory and not finished the project off and as such they aren't doing quite what i'm after.

    Do any of you guys and girls know of anything that does this, as well as searching google i've searched these forums but not found anything! :(

    Any pointers/nudges/pushes or kicks in the right direction gratefully recevied.

    Thankyou Please!
     
  2. Landy81

    Landy81 Newbie

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    Cheers mate, looks like google alerts may do what I want, just need to wait for the feed to actually generate.

    The google news approach didn't work for my search term unfortunately, nice idea though!

    Thanks for your help!
     
  3. dumars72

    dumars72 Newbie

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    Check out 'dapper.net' - it sounds like it will do what you want:

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    http://www.dapper.net/faqs.php#explainDapper
     
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  4. Landy81

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    Thanks dumars, it looks like what I want, but can't get it to work at the minute, an error inb their Javascript. I'll go and play with it again later!
     
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    are you looking to self host this or have it as a service provision. Self hosted you could just do some php code to query the Google search api and then feed the json into an rss feed (I believe there is a php library for that particular experience)